Movie reviews of Hope Madden

These are all the movies and series that Hope has reviewed. Read more at: Maddwolf.

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Poster for Mark Felt: The Man Who Brought Down the White House

Mark Felt: The Man Who Brought Down the White House

5.0

2017, Drama, History, Suspense

On paper, Felt’s a fascinating character, as any lifer in the bureau must be. And Liam Neeson’s a fine actor.

2017.10.19

Poster for The Snowman

The Snowman

4.0

2017, Drama, Horror, Suspense, Crime

A muddled mess.

2017.10.18

Poster for Jungle

Jungle

6.0

2017, Adventure, Drama, Suspense

A powerful testament to Daniel Radcliffe’s potency as an actor.

2017.10.17

Poster for Marshall

Marshall

6.0

2017, Drama

More problematic, though, is the court case itself.

2017.10.13

Poster for Happy Death Day

Happy Death Day

6.0

2017, Horror, Suspense, Mystery

Whatever charm the filmmakers infuse into this recycled premise wears off just a tad before the credits roll.

2017.10.13

Poster for Blade Runner 2049

Blade Runner 2049

8.0

2017, Suspense, Science fiction, Mystery

Sounds like a hot mess, but damn if it doesn’t work.

2017.10.05

Poster for Super Dark Times

Super Dark Times

7.0

2017, Drama, Suspense

Together they have drawn so much investment in these characters and their futures that you can’t help but stay tuned and attentive.

2017.09.28

Poster for Woodshock

Woodshock

5.0

2017, Drama, Suspense

Offers style to spare, but it’s too shy with substance.

2017.09.27

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mother!

7.0

2017, Drama, Horror, Mystery

A big stew, and it’s equal parts self-indulgent and self-pitying.

2017.09.15

Poster for Red Christmas

Red Christmas

5.0

2016, Horror

Offers a peculiar, sloppy bit of macabre that manages to be more memorable than it is enjoyable.

2017.09.14

Poster for Home Again

Home Again

4.0

2017, Drama, Comedy, Love

No problem appears to be especially troubling, no solution feels earned, no relationship looks authentic.

2017.09.08

Poster for It

It

7.0

2017, Drama, Horror, Suspense

Muschietti’s approach to plumbing your fear has more depth than that and he manages your rising terror expertly.

2017.09.07

Poster for The Oath

The Oath

6.0

2016, Drama, Suspense, Crime

Dips into horror territory, not necessarily a bad thing, but the film can’t make its shifting approach feel anything but jarring...

2017.09.06

Poster for Lemon

Lemon

6.0

2017, Drama, Comedy

Offers a pantload of intriguing character work and suggests the vision of a worthy director. The script just needed another draft.

2017.08.24

Poster for Good Time

Good Time

8.0

2017, Drama, Suspense, Crime

Both exhilarating and exhausting.

2017.08.24

Poster for Bushwick

Bushwick

4.0

2017, Action, Suspense

The film won’t satisfy your blood lust, your peaceful dreams or your hope for a decent movie. But damn, its timing is eerie.

2017.08.23

Poster for Wind River

Wind River

6.0

2017, Drama, Suspense, Crime, Mystery

A fine, if flawed, police procedural.

2017.08.18

Poster for Dave Made a Maze

Dave Made a Maze

7.0

2017, Adventure, Horror, Comedy

Endlessly fascinating, adorably dangerous and fun. Existential dread has never been so charming.

2017.08.17

Poster for The Hitman's Bodyguard

The Hitman's Bodyguard

5.0

2017, Action, Comedy

A disposable action comedy...

2017.08.17

Poster for The Ghoul

The Ghoul

6.0

2017, Drama, Suspense

Still manages to tell its own peculiar and poignant story.

2017.08.16

Poster for The Glass Castle

The Glass Castle

5.0

2017, Drama

Walls’s remarkably balanced portrait of wanderlust, addiction and damage is utterly lost.

2017.08.11

Poster for Annabelle: Creation

Annabelle: Creation

6.0

2017, Horror, Suspense, Mystery

Sandberg offers little in the way of originality. But there are jumps aplenty and a couple of very freaky images in the third act.

2017.08.10

Poster for Kidnap

Kidnap

5.0

2017, Drama, Suspense

Several of the action sequences are interesting and flashy...

2017.08.04

Poster for The Dark Tower

The Dark Tower

3.0

2017, Fantasy, Horror, Action, Western, Science fiction

Nikolaj Arcel manages to take this Cliff’s Notes version of King’s prose and still produce something bloated and slow.

2017.08.04

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